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Where is the main blower motor resistor located on a 2005 ford excusion with dual climate control engine v10 auto temperature control

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    Hssan Al-awaji Apr 25, 2012

    Do you have automatic temperature control or you have manual temperature control?

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It should be located under the hood on the evap. case.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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Changing the Heater switch means removal of the Climate Control Assembly which is not the easiest of jobs...I've included the process...But are you sure the blower resistor is OK? If you have lost 1,2, or all blower motor speeds it's more than likely the Resistor pack. And a lot easier to change...
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Remove climate control:





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  1. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel...
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Removal of blower motor Resistor:


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Blower Resistor is under the battery tray...

MOTORCRAFT Part # YH1698 ...cost $25

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